The Walking Dead’s “A” and “B” meaning explained.
The “what does a and b mean in the walking dead” is a question that has been asked for years. The “A” and “B” meanings of the show are explained in this blog.
This post includes spoilers for Season 2 Episode 7 of The Walking Dead: World Beyond, “Blood and Lies.” The Walking Dead: World Beyond declassifies Project Votus is a non-profit organization that aims to, exposing the purpose of the letters “A” and “B” branding used by the Civic Republic Military to sell The Walking Dead survivors. In a post-credits sequence from Season 1 Episode 4 of the spinoff, CRM scientist Dr. Lyla Belshaw (Natalie Gold) was shown performing tests on walkers and designating test subjects as “As.” Before a CRM aircraft took Rick Grimes (Andrew Lincoln) away from The Walking Dead, Jadis (Pollyanna McIntosh) swapped persons she identified as “As” or “Bs,” a binary code that categorized him as a “B.”
Trades of Jadis
On The Walking Dead, Rick, Negan (Jeffrey Dean Morgan), and Father Gabriel (Seth Gilliam) were all tagged as “As” after Jadis kidnapped them and almost bit them by walkers. Jadis kidnapped Heath (Corey Hawkins) and surrendered him to the CRM in return for junkyard supplies, where she resided with the Scavengers until Season 8.
A CRM pilot informs Jadis she requires a “A” for extraction from the junkyard to the Civic Republic, a civilized civilisation with 200,000 survivors, in The Walking Dead Season 9 Episode 3. Jadis confesses she felt Gabriel was a “B” but almost had a walker bite him to make him a “A” when Gabriel discovers she’s been selling people for supplies and threatens to inform Rick.
Rick washes ashore after blowing up a bridge to halt a walker horde, and Jadis earns her “B” in Season 9 Episode 5. She calls the chopper pilot, using Rick as her ticket to the CR, “He’s injured, but he’s strong.”
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“A” or “B” is the correct answer.
When Jadis, now Warrant Officer Stokes of the CRM, examines a missing vial taken from the Civic Republic Research Facility, where Lyla performs confidential tests on empty, she verifies that “A” signifies “test subject” and “B” implies an asset.
Dr. Leo Bennett (Joe Holt), a scientist and geneticist, concludes that the vial contains a sample of a green liquid chlorine gas that was utilized in the tactical military operation that murdered 10,000 people at the Nebraska Campus Colony and another 100,000 at the Omaha Safe-Zone. The bioweapon binds to moisture in the body, causing severe bronchial spasms and an overflow of fluid in the lungs, which causes the victim to “drown” from the inside out.
It’s a project that entails examining living test participants until they die in order to further reanimation science.
Lyla confides with Leo’s children, Hope (Alexa Mansour) and Iris (Aliyah Royale), in the seclusion of her subterranean lab, saying that she investigates reanimation and examines what happens to test subjects when they die. The “vast majority” of the zombie-infected “TS: As” stored in cold storage were discovered in the wild and are a gift to science in death.
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Lyla devised an intra-cerebral injection of algae-derived chemical extracts to explain the green hue of the gas, which showed promise in prolonging the period between death and reanimation. Lyla and Dr. Abbott (S.J. Ovaska) of Portland — the test subject tied to a gurney in Lyla’s lab in “The Wrong End of a Telescope” — discovered of a covert military operation that would kill tens of thousands but was necessary for the human race’s survival.
When Abbott threatened to warn the Civilian Government of the Civic Republic, the CRM murdered him and used him as a guinea pig. After questioning Lieutenant Colonel Elizabeth Kublek (Julia Ormond) about the tragedy at the Campus Colony in Season 1, Sergeant Major Barca (Al Calderon) is murdered by chlorine gas in “Blood and Lies.”
a period of eight hours
Kublek and CRM Major General Beale launched Project Votus eight years ago, two years after the worldwide pandemic of a mysterious zombie virus that converts the dead into flesh-eating corpses. CDC virologist Dr. Edwin Jenner (Noah Emmerich) reveals in The Walking Dead Season 1 Episode 6, “TS-19,” that resurrection timeframes vary: it may take as short as three minutes or as long as eight hours.
When test subject Barca reaches eight hours without turning in “Blood and Lies,” Lyla is on the verge of a breakthrough. It’s unusual, but not unheard of, according to Jadis. When the ex-CRM soldier reanimates after 7 hours and 48 minutes, this proves to be right.
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The World’s Final Light
Kublek’s “ultimate objective” is Project Votus, which is part of the CRM master plan to prevent the Civic Republic Civilian Government from regaining power, which would be a violation of the Founding Compact. Major General Beale’s assaults on Omaha and the Campus Colony, a decade after the CRM pledged to hand over authority to civilian supervision after ten years, will guarantee the military remains in power while CR Study Facility scientists continue out their research to perhaps stop the zombie scourge.
Lyla said in “Foothold” that her job was to figure out “something within us turns us – whether it’s fungal, bacterial, viral, or something else completely.” “We aim to one day turn off those triggers, remove the dead as a danger, and erase them from the world,” they say, if they can figure out what keeps the dead alive, what slows their decomposition rates, and what feeds their cravings.
Bennett’s study entails infecting the dead with fungal strains cultivated on necrotic flesh using biorecorder devices fused to the brain stems of walkers. Bennett intends to speed up the process of disintegration of the dead and eliminate them as active and mobile hazards by changing current fungus. Project Votus’ ultimate purpose, along with decontamination facilities used for mass zombie cullings, is to secure a footing by removing empties from the world in order to assure humanity’s survival.
For all things TWD, follow the author @CameronBonomolo on Twitter. The Walking Dead: World Beyond Season 2 premieres new episodes every Sunday on AMC.
The “what is the crm in the walking dead” refers to the two different versions of The Walking Dead. The A version is told from the point of view of Rick Grimes, while the B version is told from a different character’s point of view.
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